Sermons on Psalms
God communicates with us through two books: His creation and His written Word, the Bible. Pastor Donnie says we need to pay attention to both to get a fuller idea of who our God is, and what He is like.
Jesus foretold of his death and resurrection. Peter’s response was two fold 180° apart. How do we respond? Pray, Read Scripture and Fellowship!
Ephesians 6:4 Deuteronomy 6:1-7 Deuteronomy 6:20-25 Joshua 4:1-7 Judges 2:10 Psalm 145:3-4
One of the most powerful pieces of the Christmas story is the phrase “God with us.” This is an amazing thought! Though humanity first hid from God’s presence He continues to draw nearer and nearer to his people. The story of God coming to be with us is powerful. Living in God’s presence is where we find true fulfillment and joy.
Elisha sees the hills full of God’s army. There is much more going on in reality than we suspect. What if we lived our lives with this in mind. God give us sight.
Elijah invests in the next generation, he calls Elisha to the service of God. Elisha, “burns the yokes” of his past and asks for double blessings of the Lords spirit. God blesses a nation through revival. Pray for revival in our land.
Elijah’s expectation of Israel’s response to the slaughter of the prophets was met with a harsh reality. He went from a mountain top moment to running for his life. The LORD comes close, encourages and guides him again.
Matthew 7:24-27Psalm 1:1-4John 15:1-11
Isaiah 40:28-31 Psalms 130:1-8
Psalm 16:1-11 We stay on the joyful path by focusing on the true God and forsaking His rivals God offers guidance on the joyful path God reveals the joyful path to us Acts 2:22-32Acts 13:21-23Acts 13:34-38
2 Samuel 12:9Psalm 51:1-11Psalm 51:12-19Hebrews 12:1 God uses imperfect people Take sin seriously Repentance is a regular part of our life with God